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Combat illness and infectious diseases in real-time with #BigData Malaria Causes, Public Health, Johns Hopkins, Dengue Fever, Environmental Health, Data Science, Data Visualization, Infographics, Big Data

New IBM software tools for dengue fever and malaria allow doctors to predict disease outbreaks with millions of variables.

Healthcare is challenged by large amounts of data in motion that is diverse, unstructured and growing exponentially. Data constantly streams in through interconnected sensors, monitors and instruments in real-time faster than a physician or nurse can keep up. Information Technology, Data Science, Life Science, Health Care, Business Intelligence, Machine Learning, Health Infographics, Big Data Technologies, Artificial Intelligence

Health Infographics - Big Data Infographic Big Data in Healthcare: Tapping New Insight to Save Lives. Big Data in Healthcare: Tapping New Insight to Save Lives.

Your femurs, scapulas and clavicles won’t believe their eyes. Stop Motion, Motion Graphics, Clouds, Youtube, Ads, Animation, Graphic Design, Digital, Creative

Digital advertisement created by Ogilvy, United States for IBM, within the category: Electronics, Technology.

Using Big Data Analytics to Save Lives Traumatic Brain Injury, Vr, California, University, Los Angeles, Geek Stuff, Data Analytics, Tech, Big Data

Big Data and UCLA tackle brain trauma

Researchers at University of California, Los Angeles are conducting studies to see if big data can help prevent complications to patients with traumatic brain injuries. The ongoing research utilizes an IBM-developed system and Excel Medical

Case study: Learn how Premier Healthcare Alliance enhanced data sharing & analytics through #bigdata technology. Social Media Training, Data Analytics, Market Research, Data Science, Premier Healthcare, Big Data, Case Study, Content Marketing, Ibm

Case study: Learn how Premier Healthcare Alliance enhanced data sharing & Analytics through technology.

The human brain consumes about as much energy as a 20-watt bulb — a billion times less energy than a computer that simulates brain like computations. #CognitiveComputing Neurons, Programming Languages, Your Brain, Ibm, Software, Engineering, Bulb, Nerve Cells, Onion

The human brain consumes about as much energy as a bulb — a billion times less energy than a computer that simulates brain like computations.

#BeatCancer: #IBMResearch scientists and pathologists at the University Hospital Zürich are working on a proto-type tool to accurately diagnose different types of cancer Swiss Hospital, Different Types Of Cancer, Beat Cancer, Types Of Cancers, Scientists, Ibm, Research, Health Care, Health

scientists and pathologists at the University Hospital Zürich are working on a proto-type tool to accurately diagnose different types of cancer

The healing power of Data Healing Power, Information Technology, Ibm, Health Care, Computer Science, Health

IBM Health Information Technology -- The Healing Power of Data

IBM Health Information Technology -- The Healing Power of Data

Big Data Help for Brain Injury Brain Injury, Big Data, Ibm, Clever

Will UCLA and IBM and Big Data Make STAT! Obsolete For Brain Injuries?

Big Data Help for Brain Injury

Nothing like bones, skulls and skeletons to get you in the Halloween spirit. Watch our quirky animated short about bone implants and the cloud. Spirit Halloween, Pinball, Skeletons, Ibm, Skulls, Cloud, Innovation, Bones, Skull

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Nothing like bones, skulls and skeletons to get you in the Halloween spirit. Watch our quirky animated short about bone implants and the cloud.

Dow Corning and IBM scientists unveiled a major step in photonics, using a new type of polymer material to transmit light instead of electrical signals within supercomputers and data centers Nanotechnology, Big Data, Ibm, Scientists, Switzerland

IBM scientist Roger Dangel holds a prototype waveguide made of the new material in the Binnig and Roher Nanotechnology Center in Rueschlikon, Switzerland.

The UCLA Department of Neurosurgery analyzes brain wave data to predict the rise of deadly brain pressure as part of a National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke study. Knowing in advance that brain pressure could potentially rise in TBI patients gives doctors more time to prevent further brain damage or death. The Centers for Disease Control estimates 1.7 million people in the United States sustain TBIs every year. Big Data, Doctors, Ibm, Disorders, Health Care, Wave, Brain, Medical, Death

The UCLA Department of Neurosurgery analyzes brain wave data to predict the rise of deadly brain pressure as part of a National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke study.

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